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Groundhog Day

09-02-2011 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Opinions Events Wines Australia Tastings

Australia day tasting came upon us again. anyone remember when it was exciting? Remember when there were lots of smaller producers? Remember when the winemakers used to think it important to attend? » More

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Marking up

28-01-2011 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines Business Service

I’ve had a few sommeliers call me up in varying states of fury and dismay over the last few weeks to point out an article pointing the finger at restaurant wine mark-ups that appeared in Decanter » More

Wine & Bread

Its a new year, but we face the same old challenges

24-01-2011 | By: Garry Clark | Category: Opinions

As we settle in to a new year and a new decade I feel remarkably positive about the year ahead » More

The spirit of wine

A New Year. Out With The Old and in with the.........Old

16-01-2011 | By: Mark Deamer | Category: Opinions Wines Business

When you are putting your next wine list together, how many of those wines will actually be new? Is the golden age of wine choice dead? » More

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Hasta la vista baby

12-01-2011 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Matching Opinions Wines Tastings

The idea of a ‘robo-nose’ might be a step too far, but there’s something to be said for using technology in food and wine matching » More

The Blind Tiger

The End of Binge Britain? An Act to Repress the Loathsome Sin of Drunkenness

05-01-2011 | By: The Baron | Category: Opinions Gin Beers Business England News

So the Conservative lead government have an answer to the great British problem of binge drinking. This masterstroke is supposedly encouraged by the previous Labour Government’s policy of late licenses, which, ironically, was initially seen as a solution in itself. » More

Leeds bartending

'Molecular' mixology?

04-01-2011 | By: Scott Tyrer | Category: Cocktails Opinions

Was it not a great way of extending the boundaries of flavour and the beverage experience as a whole? Now however, I cant help but think its all gone a bit ‘samey’.  » More

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Where condors dare...

10-12-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines Chile

I loathe winter in Britain, and I’m not the only one » More

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A merry, cut-price Xmas to you all!

23-11-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions

Three stories, one conclusion: it ain’t pretty out there at the moment » More

HK House

Grapes Are Not the Only Fruit

17-11-2010 | By: Chee Hui | Category: Opinions Other mixers & soft drinks Wines

It’s not just wines that are carefully blended for balance and structure » More

The business side of leisure

Walking the Walk

15-11-2010 | By: Howard Graham | Category: Opinions Business

It’s almost a year since I took the plunge from being a passive bystander consulting to the restaurant sector to an active investor and operator as part owner of a new restaurant » More

From food to wine

Sugar and spice?

09-11-2010 | By: Christine Parkinson | Category: Matching Opinions Events Wines Germany

Hardly anyone ever orders dessert wine with their main course, however much producers might wish it. But what about wines that are not “stickies”, but do have lots of residual sugar? » More

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Science Friction

04-11-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions Wines

An attempt to explain minerality reminds me why I flunked chemistry at school » More

Peach Pubs

Life Lessons from Lebanon

26-10-2010 | By: Jo Eames | Category: Opinions People Wines

Sitting over lunch at the Massaya winery restaurant at Tanail, in the Bekaa Valley, winemaker Ramzi Ghosn swirled the stunning 2005 Silver Selection in his glass and asked us: “What has been your strongest impression of Lebanon?” » More

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Ou est le Maconalds?

25-10-2010 | By: Chris Losh | Category: Opinions France

Foodcrime in France had me pining for home » More

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